July Stitch Fix Review (Stitch Fix #8)

So I know its August, and I’m posting July’s fix, but hey, better late than never.

I say this every time: I know this is outside of my normal fitness/running blogging, but hey – its my blog, and I want to blog about my awesome clothes!  I’m going to apologize in advance for my absolutely terrible awful ugly pictures. I planned to take pictures with them on…but the best laid plans….

Here’s how it works: You set up a style profile and you receive a box with 5 items in it.  You can choose the frequency with which you set up the box …once a month, every other month, etc.  You pay $20 to receive a box.  If you keep anything, that $20 goes toward your purchase.  If you keep all 5 items, you get a discount!  They send you anything from jewelry, to clothes to handbags. If you don’t want to keep an item, they have an envelope to send them back.

What I love about this is that I get a stylist that looks at my style profile and picks out items just for ME.  You can even link to a pinterest board so they can get inspiration and a better look into what you like.

My stylist is the best.  She completely gets my style! Here’s looking at you Michael!

Item Number 1 –  Bancroft Danielle Long Knot Necklace ($48)

I loved this necklace immediately.  I have worn it a ton already. I forgot to grab a picture of this!

Verdict: Keep!

Item Number 2 –  Skies are Blue Taven V-Neck Blouse ($44)


This shirt was a little different than things I normally like, but it fit well and I really liked it once I tried it on.

Verdict: Keep

Item Number 3 –  Market & Spruce Kristah Ruffle Knit Blazer ($78)


This blazer was just way too tight and not flattering at all.

Verdict: Return

Item Number 4 –  41Hawthorn Maurice V-Neck Top ($54)


I liked the look of this shirt and the color, but it didn’t it.  Also, $54 seemed a bit expensive for the top.

Verdict: Return

Item Number 5 –  Market & Spruce Ivy Crochet Back Tab-Sleeve Blouse ($58)


I loved the color of this top immediately upon pulling it out of the box.  Its a style of shirt I wear often, but the open back was something new for me.  It is a great shirt to wear to work, so I decided to keep it!

Vedict: Keep

Overall Impression

This fix was an interesting mix of perfect selections and not so good sizing.  I really love the pieces I kept, but I’m still frustrated on why we can’t get the sizing right.  I’m asking for more work tops in my next fix.


If you are interested in getting your very own Stitch Fix box, click here.

*Note: This post is not sponsored.  I love Stitch Fix and purchase it with my own money and desire to share my love of it with you all fine people!  If you do chose to use the above link to sign up, I do receive credit toward my next purchase! (So click away!!!) If you sign up for Stitch Fix, you will also get a referral link for you to share with friends and loved ones!*

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